ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF TRADITIONAL TREATMENT OF DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME IN PATIENTS WITH CRITICAL LOWER LIMB ISCHEMIA

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  • Nazarov J. R. Bukhara State Medical Institute
  • Safoev B. B. Bukhara State Medical Institute

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/UW6XY

Abstract

Numerous studies have shown that stenotic and occlusive lesions of the vascular bed increase the occurrence of gangrene in men with diabetes by 53 times and in women by 71 times when compared to the general population [2,4]. Additionally, the distribution by age groups revealed that diabetic patients develop gangrene 156 times more frequently at age 50, 85 times more frequently between the ages of 50 and 60, and 53 times more frequently over the age of 70 compared to people in the same age group who have normal carbohydrate metabolism. The frequency of amputations remains high in people with diabetes at the present time [1,3].

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2022-11-20

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